Propagandists and apologists of Pakistan’s military establishment are currently busy in a sinister propaganda against Asma Jahangir, Pakistan’s foremost advocate of human rights and a leading lawyer.
Dangerous Duffers’ Propaganda
Do you recall Asma Jahangir’s outburst about Pak Army’s generals being ‘duffers, soon after the Osama killing?’……..and most recently her complete lack of confidence in nine judges of the Supreme Court hearing the admissability of the Memogate case?…….and a few days later, her complete loss of faith in the four-man tribunal formed to investigate the Memogate affair?Where does her heart lie? See for yourself….note her carrying ‘prasaad’ to Hindu temples, her saffron dress to match Bal Thakeray’s, her namaste to Indian heroes….Also speaks volumes about our PPP government who hired her to defend Haqqani.
Need one say more?
The following response by Asma Jahangir (circulated in a media network on google groups) is for those who can read English and understand it – not for the trolls of the Deep State and agents of the Dangerous Duffers.
Asma Jahangir’s Response
First the photo is of Fateh Pur Sikri. It was during a peace mission by 60 women and the photo is well publicized and also the jharokas of Fateh Pur can also be seen. Pity that they should portray it as a temple though I have visited several temples of all religions and churches.
Next the photo in front of Gandhi is put together by putting two photos together. Shame on the duffers to waste their time on these dirty tricks.
I did meet Modi and Balthakaray as UN investigator on freedom of religion. It was not only appropriate but essential to get their version on record and my report was welcomed by the victim groups in Gujrat and minority groups in India elsewhere. It is on the UN web and used extensively by UN mechanisms to hold violations of religious rights in India. Bigoted duffers and their henchmen should at least get their facts right before they embark on a prejudiced campaign of vilification.
The ISI-JI-PTI trolls and propagandists ought to be ashamed of themselves for trying to denigrate one of the finest, bravest Pakistanis alive today by forwarding photographs that, (some of which are true depictions while others are forged by photo-shopping), only show respect for another way of life. Shame on propagandists and haters!